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Redford

(ˈrɛdfəd)
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(Biography) Robert. born 1936, US film actor and director. His films include (as actor) Barefoot in the Park (1966), Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), The Sting (1973), All the President's Men (1976), Up Close and Personal (1996), and (as director) Ordinary People (1980), A River Runs Through It (1992), and The Horse Whisperer (1998)
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Noun1.Redford - United States actor and filmmaker who starred with Paul Newman in several films (born in 1936)
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on one side sat her daughter, Lady Grace Redford, tall, fair, and comely; on the other, Miss Penelope Morse.
Now that Peter Redford has edited this important manuscript, those interested in Donne, Wotton, Spenser, and other poets of the seventeenth century will be able to assess its significance more readily.
Redford has no plans to retire and refused to allow his birthday to interrupt an exhausting stream of interviews scheduled to promote his new hit movie Pete's Dragon.
It's another Disney classic in the making, starring Robert Redford and Bryce Dallas Howard, daughter of director Ron.
Notes: Mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/20/16, at 9:00 AM in the Redford dept.
AMBLING Robert Redford is in no danger of straining an acting muscle in this genial adaptation of Bill Bryson's account of hiking the US's 2,000 mile Appalachain Trail.
But Hollywood veterans Robert Redford and Nick Nolte did just that for upcoming comedy drama A Walk In The Woods, based on author Bill Bryson's 1998 book about his attempt to complete the famous route from Georgia to Maine.
If Sundance now seems nearly as iconic as Redford himself, or as Lincoln Center--where Redford will be honored at the Film Society's annual Chaplin gala on April 24--it's worth remembering that it came into existence when the term "independent film" still meant something specific, ideologically and financially, and when there were few enough film festivals in this country to count on two hands.
Daniel Redford, 21, believed that people wanted him killed and so carried the knife for protection.